The Ontario Curriculum, Grades 1-8: Health and Physical Education, Interim Edition (re-issued 2018)
Ontario Ministry of Education
August 22, 2018
Beginning in September 2018, and until a revised curriculum is issued, all health and physical education programs for Grades 1 to 8 will be developed from the expectations outlined in this document. This document was last taught in 2014.
Ontario government says it has an interim sex-ed curriculum elementary teachers must follow
August 22, 2018
Simon Jefferies, Ford's spokesperson, said only students in Grades 1 to 8 will be taught the 223-page interim curriculum, which has now been posted online.
"The high school health and physical education curriculum is not changing in the interim consultation period," he said in an email to CBC News.
While the secondary school 2015 curriculum has not been removed, the more heavily criticized elementary school curriclum is now reverted back to its previous form. This is enough to consider this promise achieved.
Ontario Tory minister flip-flops on sex-ed curriculum stance
July 16, 2018
In light of these comments, it's hard to really understand what exactly is happening in terms of reverting to the 1998 curriculum and what is going to be taught come September. As such, unless something else comes up that clarifies the plan, I guess we might have to wait and see what happens once school starts up again in autumn.
Ontario reverting to old sex-ed curriculum in fall: education minister
The Canadian Press
July 11, 2018
Ontario's education minister says the sex-ed curriculum taught to children in the coming school year will be an older version, not the controversial updated program brought in by the previous government.
Lisa Thompson says ministry staff are working to inform school boards of the decision to revert to the curriculum that was in place before 2015.
Thompson says the ministry will be moving quickly to consult parents on how to update the curriculum and details on that process will be coming soon.